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Non Vegetarian Recipes
Egg Do Pyaza - Andaa Do Pyaza
‘Do pyaza’ from its literal point of view means two onions or onions used twice. So the dish ‘do pyaza’, as the term suggests, uses onions and lots of onions in two stages of...
Chicken Kabiraji Cutlet - Chicken Coverage Cutlet
‘Coverage Cutlet’ signifies a particular way of making the cutlet wherein the basic cutlet is fried and covered in an egg nest. This iconic version of cutlet is a descendent...
Dimer Devil Chop - Egg Croquettes Bengali Style
‘Dimer Devil’ or ‘Dimer Chop’ is one of the most popular and sought after street-food from Kolkata, which is one of the most appetizing snack dish that defines Bengali street...
Chicken Kasha - Bengali Style Spicy Chicken Curry
Chicken Kasha is a very popular Bengali style spicy chicken curry. ‘Kasha’ or ‘Kashano’ means a slow cooking procedure. So here chicken pieces are marinated first and then...
Bengali Style Chicken Cutlet - Chicken Mince Cutlet
This again is a very popular street food from Kolkata. Here boneless minced chicken is marinated with onion, ginger, garlic and garam masala, shaped into cutlets, crumb-...
Chicken Bharta - Kolkata Style
Chicken Bharta is a dhaba-style chicken preparation which is very popular in Kolkata. Quite akin in form and texture to its vegetarian counterpart ‘Baigan - Bharta’, this...
Fish Fry Kolkata Style
When we Bengalis say we ‘fish fry’ , we definitely are not talking about its traditionally/vernacular cousin ‘MAACHH BHAJA’ which basically is fish steaks or small sized...
Tandoori chicken is a classic chicken dish originating in the Indian sub-continent and famous world over. Traditionally made in tandoor (cylindrical clay oven), this is a...
Anda Bhurji - Scrambled Egg Mumbai Style
Anda Bhurji or Egg Bhurji is Scrambled Egg preparation that I believe is liked by all egg-lovers. It is a quickie dish with a very simple and minimalistic recipe....
Dimer Dhokar Dalna
Dimer Dhokar Dalna tramslated in English as Steamed Egg Cakes Curry, Dhokar Dalna (here ’dhoka’ doesn’t mean betrayal, cheating or elusiveness) in Bengali cuisine means a...